Portrait: Alan Condon’s credit card fees [WSJ]

The other week the Wall Street Journal asked me to head out to Woodstock, Ga., to get a portrait of Alan Condon who was hit with some fees that were made illegal when The Credit Card Act went into affect.  The problem was, the federal government has yet to set up an enforcement mechanism so there was no one for him to report the abuse to.  Alan was really easy to work with and let me get some photos of him working to go along with the portraits.

I lit the portraits with one White Lightning x1600 light with a large softbox attached while I shot the working photos with natural light.
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